An Artist Paints The Dictator’s Car To Protest Iran’s Anti-Gay Abuses

Paykan was the first automobile produced in Iran. It began life as a licensed copy of the Hillman Hunter, an outdated British vehicle produced from 1967 to 2015, but has nevertheless become a symbol of national pride, priced in for middle-class Iranians. Paykans eventually began to serve the streets of Tehran as sedans, wagons, pickups …